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CommonLit scores a $3.9 million grant to help students master reading skills online, for free

A tech non-profit called CommonLit won a $3.89 million grant from the Department of Education to develop software and content that helps students read well enough to graduate from high school, and succeed in their careers or college. The grant was part of a $26 million initiative by the D.O.E. to support libraries and non-profits with innovative approaches to literacy. Here’s how… Read
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